Remember that game LeBron had in Toronto to begin his six-game 60 percent shooting streak? Well, he started another streak that game, too, but this is a team streak rather than an individual one.
In case you haven't heard, the Heat have made NBA history as the team with the second-longest consecutive win streak in NBA regular-season history at 23.
While the 1971-72 Lakers still hold the all-time record with 33 straight wins, the Heat have the opportunity to match or break the record considering their remaining schedule includes mostly sub-.500 teams.
Why Is It impressive?
If LeBron hasn't already solidified his case for MVP yet again, nothing else will.
To lead arguably the best team in the NBA on a record-setting streak as the best player doesn't even begin to describe his responsibilities as a member of the Heat.
He is the primary scorer, primary distributor and, as evidenced by Dwyane Wade's praise, unquestionably the best player on the Heat.
While he is undoubtedly surrounded by incredible, All-Star-caliber talent and above-average role players, LeBron has ultimately been the primary catalyst of this incredible, second-best all-time streak.
As evidenced by LeBron's leadership and consistent production on the floor, he is undoubtedly the primary reason for his team's success.
While his individual numbers this season have been amazing, his team's record of 52-14 and their 23 straight wins are what LeBron James should be most proud of during the regular season.